arni wrote:
> [snip snap]
> I looked for the lowest scoring email of the past 2 days (dont save
> them longer), this is the one:
>
> X-Spam-Status: Yes, score=10.7 required=5.0 tests=BAYES_99,DCC_CHECK,
> DKIM_POLICY_SIGNSOME,HTML_MESSAGE,LOGINHASH1,LOGIN HASH2,MIME_HTML_MOSTLY
> autolearn=no version=3.2.0
> X-Spam-Report:
> * 5.5 BAYES_99 BODY: Bayesian spam probability is 99 to 100%
> * [score: 1.0000]
> * 0.0 DKIM_POLICY_SIGNSOME Domain Keys Identified Mail: policy says domain
> * signs some mails
> * 0.0 MIME_HTML_MOSTLY BODY: Multipart message mostly text/html MIME
> * 0.0 HTML_MESSAGE BODY: HTML included in message
> * 1.5 LOGINHASH2 BODY: mail has been classified as spam @ unknown company,
> * Germany
> * 1.5 LOGINHASH1 BODY: mail has been classified as spam @ LogIn&Solutions
> * AG, Germany
> * 2.2 DCC_CHECK Listed in DCC (http://rhyolite.com/anti-spam/dcc/)
>
>
>
> Note that already a well trained BAYES can take these mails out on its
> own on my system.
> Bayes are good if its well trained
>
> If you find your bayes to score really acurate then its a good idea to
> increase the scores. For me bayes is fed from 2 spamtrap addresses
> with around 50 pieces of the finest spam every day. Doing this, bayes
> scores BAYES_99 on 99.5% of my remaining spam - i hardly ever see it
> score below BAYES_80 and thats just great.


Kind a new to spam ... and especially how people use bayes.

So how many ham mails do you get per day ? wandering if I could do
something to my system so bayes may score higher ....

I have read some where that spam mails in bayes should be alot higher
than ham mails ... is that true ?

Cause I'm doing spam scans for multiple domains ..

>
> So maybe training bayes better or increasing the score will put and
> end to this for you.
>
> arni
>


Any aditional reading on bayes are welcome ...

// Mikael Syska